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- Party: Republican
- Occupation: United Way Commissioner on Homlessness
- Former San Diego City Councilmember
- Led recovery efforts after two wildfires; disaster recovery plan he created is now a national model
- Received 100% rating from Chamber of Commerce for his work to create jobs
- Created Project 25 to reduce homelessness, save taxpayer money, and help veterans
- Graduate of local schools, and has kids attending school in the local school district
Ruben "RJ" Hernandez
- Reduce unemployment and help provide jobs for all Californians
- Protect our education system
- Implement fiscal reform and reduce out-of-control spending
- Party: Democratic
- Occupation: Small Businessman/Educator
- BA Sociology w/Business Management emphasis
- Former Town Councilmember, Rancho Penasquitos
- Former Director of Local Affairs, University of California Riverside External Relations Dept
Dustin M. Steiner
- Economic Growth (Jobs)
- Budget Reform
- Party: Republican
- Occupation: Legislative Advisor to San Diego County Board of Supervisors
- Chairman of the Miramar Ranch North Planning Committee
- Delegate to the California Republican Party
- Alternate to the Central Committee for the County Republican Party
- 2010 recipient of the Wendell Cutting Award for Legislative Staff Member of the Year
- BA Political Science, minored in History from University of California, Santa Barbara
- Master's degree in Public Policy from American University in Washington, DC
- Education Reform
- Reduce the Size of Government
- Public Safety
- Occupation: Community College Teacher
- Party: No Party Preference (independent)
- BA, Social Sciences, Portland State University
- MA, Education/TESOL, Alliant University
- More than a decade of teaching in local Community Colleges
- Native Californian, educated in CA public schools
- Former broadcasting and marketing executive
- Insure low cost, high quality higher education and strong K-12 public schools
- Expand apprenticeship and job training programs to all Californians, including our vets, to reduce unemployment
- Close unfair tax loopholes that penalize small business
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